As we carry out St. Francis’ legacy, our priority is always to aid the poor. Our mission is to care for the poor via simple things such as providing shelter, building a place of worship, supporting friars and empowering others to assist in these life changing gifts.
When you Join Our Cause you are helping a community that desperately needs your help. Please take this opportunity to help maximize our efforts and Join Our Cause.
Follow in the Footsteps of St. Francis of Assissi and serve the poor by joining the Poverello Giving Team! These brothers and sisters “do without” as a way of life. As a result, the caring and kindness of the Poverello Giving Team is felt each day by some of the poorest people in our world—people trapped in living conditions without fresh, clean water, food, or medical treatment.
Franciscan bees at work. Taste it for yourself! You get two 12 oz plastic bottles of our delicious honey. Delivered in a handmade wooden box with a Plexiglas cover, it makes a perfect gift for a loved one or a treat for yourself! Honey orders may experience some delays. We will continue to do our best to fulfill your requests and God bless you for your generosity and faith.
[23RAUK] Ukraine Disaster Relief
With your support our Franciscan missionaries will continue to offer emergency relief of food, water, medicine, and supplies to to the most vulnerable families in Ukraine.
[23TYPS] Give a Teenage Youth Hope for a Better Future
Fr. Royce Trinidad, OFM is a missionary friar at the Franciscan Mission Boarding School in La Libertad, Negros Oriental, Philippines. He requested tuition support for a small group of deserving students so they can attend the school during the year. Please help us give a teenage youth hope for a better future.
[23A2IP] Help “Untouchable” Dalit Children in India Receive an Education
Your generous donation will give a Dalit child hope and the chance for a better future.
[23W2ER] Syria Relief
Your generous donation will provide food, water, medicine and supplies to sustain the lives of the earthquake survivors and Christian communities in Syria.